String session

Maylina Horner, 13, of Uncasville, left, and Maya Hollenbeck, 13, center, of Mystic smile as they listen to instructor James Hunter during one of the free group lessons sponsored by the New London Community Orchestra at the Public Library of New London Wednesday, July 25, 2018.  During the summer there are three half-hour group violin sessions, for students entering 4th-9th grade, held Monday and Wednesday starting at 1:30 p.m..  The summer sessions are sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)


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